I can’t believe we’re halfway through this One Room Challenge and so many changes have been made so far. I am starting to see this Vintage Farmhouse Powder Room come together and it’s so exciting! There’s still a lot to do, but here’s what we accomplished this week.
For starters, we got the toilet installed. We found this one on sale for $99! Right in our budget parameters!
Trent installed it this last weekend and it’s working great.
I worked on the base cabinet. Originally, I dreamed of turning a vintage washbasin into a DIY cabinet base, but with the money being tight, my only option was to reuse what we have.
So I got out the same paint I used for the cabinets in our Laundry Room Makeover and painted the base cabinet the same hue.
I installed handles from our windows we replaced. We still need to spray paint the cabinet door hinges, but it was easier to paint with the doors still on the base.
Here’s a better view of our tiles. I had questions about last week’s post and the orientation of the tiles against the existing ones. I think it matches up nicely, don’t you?
So that leaves us with the countertop. As you can see the sink is still in great shape.
I ordered the faucet this week! That should come in a few days! YAY!
I’d love to have it look similar to the DIY Folding table we made in our laundry room.
The slats won’t work with the sink base, so I’m still trying to figure out how we’ll work the new base.
When we installed the beadboard, we left enough room to be able to remove the base. We plan to cover the edge with wood.
The corner moulding over the sink base still needs to installing, but we will do that after the sink is in. We cut them to size and are ready to install though!
I left the old towel rack, but plan to replace that with a vintage hook or something.
The old TP holder had great vintage lines, so I simply spray painted it and rehung it. I think it looks perfect for this vintage farmhouse powder room.
The last thing finished this week was installing the light fixture. This came from an old bathroom that we converted to a closet and I loved the vintage shade!
VINTAGE FARMHOUSE POWDER ROOM PLAN WEEK 3
- Aquasource Henshaw Toilet – $99
What we have completed so far using supplies on hand:
- ✓Replace Flooring using leftover from Kitchen and Laundry Room
- ✓Paint existing cabinet using paint on hand
- ✓Paint beadboard with white oil on hand
- ✓Replace light fixture with previously used one from another room
- Hang Vintage Medicine Cabinet
- Reuse Sink basin
Purchases to Make:
- ✓Replace Toilet – $100
- ✓Install BeadBoard and Trim – $50
- Replace Faucet – $50 – ordered
- Build Wood Countertop – $100
- DIY Fabric Wallpaper with starch – ordered the fabric and it’s on it’s way!
- Decor Purchases – $100
It’s starting to resemble a gorgeous bathroom! And it looks lovely next to the laundry room already. I ordered the fabric for the DIY wallpaper and hope to get that installed next week!
Be sure to check out all the other bloggers linking up for this one room challenge. There are some many rooms that are inspiring me! Head over to Linda’s blog Calling It Home to see what is shared this week.
To see the progress from previous week’s, click below: